Atomic spectral line database from CD-ROM 23 of R. L. Kurucz.

Peter L. Smith (a), Claas Heise (b), Jim R. Esmond (a), Robert L. Kurucz (a)

(a) Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
(b) Deutsche Telekom AG: ProductCenter Business Multimedia (PBM)

R. Kurucz has suggested that the following acknowledgement be used:
1995 Atomic Line Data (R.L. Kurucz and B. Bell) Kurucz CD-ROM No. 23. Cambridge, Mass.: Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory.


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Sample values are given. Note that integer or floating point values are allowed.
Wavelength in nm (vacuum wavelength below 200 nm, air wavelength above):
Lower limit:  nm          Upper limit:  nm 
Absorption oscillator strength: -18.7 < log(gf) < 3.52.
Minimum log(gf):             Maximum log(gf): 
Energy of lower level of transition in cm^(-1): 0 < E(lower) < 4020000.
Lower limit:  cm^(-1)            Upper limit:  cm^(-1) 
Energy of upper level of transition in cm^(-1): 0 < E(upper) < 4020000.
Lower limit:  cm^(-1)            Upper limit:  cm^(-1) 

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Ionization stages are given in spectroscopic notation. (If you use Mosaic and have problems deselecting elements, particularly H I, try CONTROL+(left mouse button) on Sun workstations, or switch to Netscape.)
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Wavelengths / nm :
vacuum wavelength below 200 nm, air wavelength above (1 column)
vacuum wavelength and air wavelength (2 columns)

Frequencies / Hz Wavenumbers / cm^(-1) Photon Energies / eV

log gf A-Value / s^(-1)

Element-Code (e.g., 26.02 for Fe++) Element-Name (e.g., Fe III for Fe++)

Lower level:
Energy / cm^(-1) Energy / eV J-Value Configuration

Upper level:
Energy / cm^(-1) Energy / eV J-Value Configuration

damping constants: gamma R, gamma S, gamma W

Reference


References for the data used.
Acknowledgements.

This page created November 1995 by C. Heise . Last changes on 09 August, 2001 by Peter Smith